Opening hours and admission prices
The bomb shelter is open from 8 September to 29 September 2021 from Monday to Sunday, between 11.00 and 15.00 hrs. Please note: access to the museum is only possible with a pre-booked online ticket. Admission to the bomb shelter is then free. However, an entrance voucher must first be obtained at the reception desk of the museum. You will also receive a route map and a brochure.
About the bomb shelter
The construction of a bomb shelter on the Veluwe, disguised as a sand dune, began in 1939. As of 22 July 1940, an important part of the collection is housed there. The works of art are packed in order of value and moved in small groups. Within a week, all the works are secured, and the museum can close its doors. On 15 April 1945, the museum is liberated by Canadian troops, who also help reinstall the art in the museum. The Kröller-Müller officially reopens on 6 October 1945.